John Davenport has over 20 years of comprehensive experience in the field of transportation and civil engineering. His first ten years were spent with NCDOT where he developed invaluable relationships with NCDOT officials statewide. John has worked in the Raleigh, Greensboro and Winston-Salem offices of NCDOT in various positions related to transportation. His last position was as the Division Traffic Engineer for NCDOT Division Nine in Winston-Salem, NC. His projects can be found throughout the state.
Since leaving NCDOT, John has worked as a consultant throughout the Southeast, providing transportation engineering services to both public and private sector clients. John enjoys working with challenging projects and is a team builder who specializes in dealing with complex problems that require the cooperation of multiple agencies. His desire is always for a “win-win” solution – and generally that is what he achieves. John’s philosophy and goal on any project is to achieve a finished product that is satisfactory to ALL stakeholders – the client, the reviewing agency (often the same), and the public. John is not afraid to suggest solutions that may be unconventional as he believes good engineering involves both science and creativity. John has a vast network of contacts throughout DAVENPORT’s service area. These relationships and John’s experience prove vital in keeping our projects on schedule. His good decision making and ability to multitask enable him to be a superior project manager. With tight economic conditions as they currently exist, his uncanny ability to value engineer viable solutions help our clients to stretch limited resources and achieve maximum impact.
John is a licensed professional engineer in the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, and Virginia.
Dan Cumbo has over 20 years of wide-ranging experience in the field of transportation engineering including construction, maintenance, traffic engineering, and operations – in public and private sectors. Sixteen of these years were spent with NCDOT where he held various positions including Sampson County Maintenance Engineer and Wilmington District Engineer. Dan gained extensive knowledge and experience related to driveway permits, encroachments, and roadway design from his various positions of responsibility within multiple NCDOT Maintenance and District Offices. He has been directly responsible for the approval of hundreds of driveway and encroachment permits, highway improvement projects, and subdivision roads to be added to the State system. His last position with NCDOT was as the Division Traffic Engineer for Division 3 in Wilmington where his responsibilities included traffic impact analyses for various sizes of development ranging from small residential subdivisions to large mixed-use developments. He also investigated and approved all new signal installations during his tenure as Division Traffic Engineer, and has performed numerous highway operational and safety investigations with problem-solving strategies. He was involved with the design and installation of the first roundabouts on State roadways in Division 3. Through this previous experience, Dan has formed invaluable relationships with NCDOT staff and other local governmental agencies in the Cape Fear Region and statewide.
Dan is a licensed professional engineer in the states of North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia
Frank Amenya has 14 years of experience in transportation engineering. His responsibilities include data collection and analysis, traffic operations and safety, roadway and traffic signal timing design, and other transportation related projects. Frank has 4 years of international experience on many traffic engineering and transportation planning studies and has a variety of experience in transportation safety projects and research. Mr. Amenya has experience in capacity analysis, traffic simulation, roundabout analysis, superstreet analysis, signal warrant analysis, internal circulation studies, parking studies, developing traffic control plans, and traffic signal timing and design. His computer experience in transportation applied programs includes Synchro, Simtraffic, TSPPD, HCS+, SIDRA, Auto Turn and AutoCAD LDD.
Scott Clark has 20 years of wide-ranging experience in the field of transportation engineering. His design experience includes widening projects, freeway and interchange projects, design-build projects, roundabouts projects, bridge replacement projects, and superstreet projects. Scott's work history includes work in North Carolina, Georgia and Virginia and covers a client roster array such as the NCDOT, private sector businesses and institutional organizations such as hospitals, public schools, municipalities, and universities. Scott has "hands-on" experience as well as training credentials for Microstation and Geopak software packages. His additional software expertise includes AutoCAD and Land Development Applications.
Royal Hinshaw has over 15 years of experience in traffic signal design and has designed over 100 signals. As a former NCDOT employee, he participated in the design of more than 1500 traffic signals, either directly or as a supervisor. His last position with NCDOT was as a Signal Equipment Design Project Engineer, where his duties included the preparation of electrical and programming details for traffic signal installations throughout the State of NC. In addition, he helped develop many of the standards used by NCDOT in plan preparation, including authoring much of the Signals Management section of the current Traffic Management & Signal Systems Unit Design Manual.
Royal is consistently ranked in the top 20% (very good to perfect) on the private engineering firm rating scale by NCDOT’s consultant design review staff. (NCDOT provides this feedback with each design submitted.) At DAVENPORT, Royal's responsibilities include preparation of signal plans, electrical & programming plans, and signal-system interconnection plans. He is experienced with complex signal design features, including superstreet intersections, out-of-street detection, long-vehicle speed detection, railroad preemption, and emergency vehicle preemption. He also has experience with fiber optic and wireless communication plans for coordinated signal systems and CCTV cameras. During his six and a half years with NCDOT’s Signals Management Section, he developed invaluable relationships with NCDOT officials statewide. In addition to his NCDOT relationships, Royal also has strong relationships with many signal contractors and municipalities.
Based in Northern Virginia, David Newberger brings over 13 years of traffic engineering project management experience throughout Virginia, Maryland, and Washington DC. He has worked in both the public and private sectors on design-bid-build, design/build, and developer driven projects. He has experience in all areas of traffic engineering including traffic engineering design (traffic signal design, signing and pavement marking, maintenance of traffic, lighting design and ITS), traffic operations/safety, traffic calming and bicycle/pedestrian safety. Dave was traffic engineering design lead for the Virginia MegaProjects I-495 and I-95 Express Lanes, and Project/Task Manager for on-call contracts with Arlington and Fairfax Counties. Dave’s experience has required he work very closely with state and local agencies and he has a proven track record for delivering projects on time and under budget. Dave is proficient in a number of engineering softwares including: AutoCAD, Microstation, AutoTurn, GuidSIGN, Visual, HCS, and Synchro.
Dave is a licensed professional engineer (PE) in the states of Virginia, Maryland, DC, and Delaware, he is a registered Professional Transportation Operations Engineer (PTOE), and holds a number of VDOT certifications including the Advanced Work Zone Traffic Control Training.
Michael Davenport has over 10 years of transportation experience with DAVENPORT. During these years, he has conducted numerous traffic data collection projects in North Carolina and Virginia. He has communicated effectively with state and local government on traffic data collection issues, including arranging for temporary closure on sections of roadway. He has been the field coordinator on many projects for DAVENPORT, including multiple counts on numerous projects. Michael has extensive Traffic Data Collection experience, specifically with JAMAR traffic counting equipment, Metro, NuMetrics NC-97 Classifiers, and PEEK ADR-1000 Traffic counters. Michael has managed several projects requiring knowledge of traffic and traffic control procedures and is fully versed in all aspects of emergency traffic control. In addition to work completed for various agencies and consultants, Michael oversees all of the in house data collection. To date, he has been involved in over 800 turning movement counts.
John Townsend is a Transportation Project Manager for DAVENPORT with over 10 years of transportation planning, engineering and design experience. He has worked with both private and public sector clients, and has proven knowledge and experience with municipal and state requirements. His experience also includes several facets of traffic engineering including the management, completion, signing and sealing of transportation studies; traffic impact analyses; corridor studies; traffic signal timing plans; traffic signal design; traffic calming; traffic signing/marking plans; traffic control plans; roadway design; and construction cost estimating. John's professional experience has provided a wide-range of consulting services for roadways, land development, and traffic signals. He is proficient with a number of transportation/engineering-related softwares including AutoCAD, Civil 3D, Microstation, HCS 2000, Synchro, SimTraffic, StormCAD, FlowMaster, CulvertMaster, SIDRA Intersection and Rodel. John is also experienced with all aspects of project management including contract preparation, fee estimates, invoicing, accounts receivable and financial performance assessment.
Based in Richmond, Virginia, Joe Wallace is the Director of Transportation Planning with over 24 years of traffic operations and roadway planning experience, including 5 years with VDOT’s Traffic Engineering Division. He has experience in all facets of traffic engineering including traffic control device design, traffic operations, traffic safety, parking design and analysis, traffic calming and interchange analysis. Many of the projects Joe manages in the Richmond area and throughout the state include a combination of traffic engineering and site design issues. Additionally, his infrastructure work has required extensive public involvement, due to the critical nature of those projects. He has extensive experience in traffic signalization, signing and pavement markings, roadway lighting design, culvert and storm sewer design, pavement design and roadway geometric design. Over the last four years Joe has been involved in the management of Homeland Security Projects which include both public and private clients and relates mostly to access and facility force protection. He is proficient with transportation-related software including Corsim, SYNCHRO, CORFLO, HCS and INTRAS.
Mary Morgan, PE is DAVENPORT's Traffic Project Manager located in the company's Pensacola, FL regional office. Mary has conducted traffic impact analyses and operational studies, and has prepared transportation mitigation cost estimates to manage traffic and transportation projects for her clients. Her experience includes both private and public sector clients ranging from small studies to large scale regional analyses. Her knowledge encompasses: signal warrant analyses, unsignalized and signalized intersection analyses, trip generation studies, data collection, travel demand forecasting, turn lane warrants, stacking analyses, site access and circulation, site safety, crash analyses, and public involvement and meetings. Her software proficiencies include: MicroStation, Cube, ArcGIS, AutoCAD, ArcGIS; in addition to Synchro, SimTraffic, SIDRA, Highway Capacity Software (HCS+), and Quick Response System II (QRS).
Jeff Ingham has over 22 years of experience in the field of transportation planning and design. He has experience in traffic impact analysis, traffic operations, intersection and signal design, street and highway safety, project management, and NEPA documentation. His project experience covers a broad range of transportation projects, from small detailed site analyses to major corridor studies involving numerous environmental and planning issues. Jeff operates DAVENPORT's Charleston Regional Office in South Carolina.
Nick Liguori is DAVENPORT’s Traffic Project Manager located in the Richmond, VA regional office. He has over 6 years of experience working with DAVENPORT, performing traffic analyses for a wide variety of projects across the Southeast. These include both private and public sector clients, ranging from small developments and intersection improvement studies to universities, large scale developments, and downtown street reconfigurations. His knowledge encompasses: signal warrant analyses; unsignalized, signalized, and roundabout analysis; trip generation studies; data collection; turn lane warrants; speed and travel time studies; signal design; signal timing plans; safety studies and traffic calming; site access and circulation; parking studies; and public involvement and meetings. His software proficiencies include MicroStation, AutoCAD, Synchro, Sim Traffic, aSIDRA, HCS+, TravTime, TruTraffic, AutoTurn, and ArcGIS.
Dionne Brown is a Project Engineer in DAVENPORT's Triangle Regional Office. As a former Project Planning Engineer for NCDOT, Dionne brings a wealth of experience to the DAVENPORT team including over 5 years of experience working on environmental documentation for bridge replacements across the State of North Carolina. Dionne is skilled in technical writing for project planning reports, managing projects, and coordinating with internal and external stakeholders. In addition, she has experience developing figures and maps in Microstation, Geopak, and Spatial Data Viewer. She has attended training for ArcGIS, FHWA Federal Aid Highways, FHWA Section 4(f) Compliance, and NEPA and the Transportation Decision Process.
Edith Peters is the Director of our Charlotte regional office and has managed multiple NCDOT and municipal projects with responsibilities that include supervising staff, project coordination, and client management. Ms. Peters has over nine years of experience in the industry, providing traffic engineering, transportation planning, and transportation design on numerous projects throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia. Ms. Peters is proficient in MicroStation V8i/GeoPak, AutoCAD/Civil 3D, ArcGIS, Synchro/SimTraffic, CORSIM, SIDRA, and HCS 2010.
Ms. Rogers offers over 8+ years of experience in environmental science including conducting numerous wetlands and stream delineations for both the private and public sector across the state of North Carolina and in South Carolina, and coordinated the procurement of required permits issued by the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and various divisons within the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources (NCDENR), such as Coastal Area Management Act (CAMA) permits, Division of Water Resources Section 401 Water Quality Certifications, Sedimentation and Erosion Control Permits, NPDES Permits and State Stormwater Permits. Ms. Rogers has also conducted numerous Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) to determine environmental liabilities for Real Property Transfers in the private sector. Ms. Rogers has conducted preliminary assessment site investigations (PA/SI) for military construction (MILCON) projects aboard Marine Corps Installation East – Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune (MCIEAST-MCB CAMLEJ). In addition, Ms. Rogers has conducted numerous Underground Storage Tank (UST) and Non-UST release assessments, including but not limited to, planning, locating and drilling soil borings, collecting and screening soil samples, planning, locating, and installing monitoring wells, collecting groundwater samples, conducting analyses of sampling results, report preparation, and project management. Ms. Rogers has performed a number of Limited Site Assessments (LSAs) and Comprehensive Site Assessments (CSAs) to determine location of groundwater contamination plumes for petroluem-related constituents. Ms. Rogers has also prepared and submitted correspondence and the associated documentation as required by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) for Categorical Exclusions (CE), Environmental Assessments with Findings of No Significant Impacts (FONSI), and the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) for environmental reviews as conducted by the State Environmental Review Clearinghouse. Ms. Rogers has experience in site design and procuring various NCDENR and North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) permits for public and private developments, including but not limited to, NCDOT driveway permits and NCDOT encroachment agreements. Ms. Rogers also utilizes Geographical Information Systems (GIS) for map making, including, but not limited to, data acquisition, data conversion for different formats to GIS, attribute editing, conversion of field collected GPS data into GIS format, and for the creation of digital base maps using high-resolution color orthophotos and municipal shapefiles.
Zach Bush has over six years of experience in marine science and environmental planning. He has performed Geographic Information Systems (GIS) analyses, wetland delineations, contamination assessments, biological assessments, tree surveys, seagrass surveys, community resource assessments, traffic noise analyses and environmental report preparation. He has extensive experience with projects involving the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA). Mr. Bush is involved with complex Florida Department of Transportation Project Development and Environment (PD&E) studies that require significant coordination with federal, state and local agencies as well as community involvement.
Christina Staudt has 19 years of experience in the field of transportation planning and engineering, working for both public and private sector clients. Ms. Staudt specializes in active transportation (bicycle and pedestrian) planning and design. Ms. Staudt has worked on transportation project delivery at every stage including preliminary scoping, funding identification, grant writing, scope preparation, conceptual planning, feasibility review, safety reviews, cost estimating, preliminary engineering, final design and permitting as well as some experience in bid document preparation and construction management. She has worked on a variety of transportation planning and design projects including statewide (bicycle and pedestrian) policy and design standards, local land development code writing, transit oriented and transit adjacent development planning, regional transportation studies and modeling, interchange and highway design, new roadway alignment studies, NEPA permitting and documentation (CE, EA and EIS level), corridor studies, signal design and coordination, traffic calming, land development and access review, greenway planning and design, on-road bicycle facilities (including NACTO treatments), pedestrian facilities, ADA compliance and crossing safety enhancements and Safe Routes to School (SRTS) projects. Throughout her career, Ms. Staudt has effectivity coordinated public involvement plan development and implementation at regional and local levels. Recognizing that transportation facilities directly impact people’s daily quality of life and mobility options, Ms. Staudt strives to incorporate context sensitivity and livability in each transportation project she is involved with.
Tia is a recent graduate of NC A&T State University with a degree in Architectural Engineering with a Concentration in Construction. Through her previous internship with the Greensboro Housing Authority, Tia gained a strong background in site inspections, field reporting, and cost estimating during preliminary and final design phases for major projects and renovations. Tia is proficient in Computer Aided Design Software (CAD).
Grandin Howell has over 5 years of experience in marketing and graphic design. He is skilled in multiple design software including Google SketchUp, AutoCAD, Maya and 3Ds MAX. He is also proficient in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. He has attended classes in architectural drawing, digital representation, structures and materials, and design studio. As DAVENPORT's Marketing Coordinator, he assists our project teams in creation of graphic renderings, flyers, logos, presentation boards and other graphic items in support of DAVENPORT's public involvement work.
Lori Boyer has over 18 years of professional experience as a Traffic Engineer. She has worked in both the private and public sector, including several years at NCDOT as a Signal Design Engineer. Lori’s experience includes numerous traffic impact analysis, operational studies, and traffic signal and timing. She is proficient in signal warrant analysis, unsignalized and signalized intersection analysis, trip generation studies, data collection, turn lane warrants, site access and circulation, and crash analysis. Lori is also experienced with parking studies, wayfinding studies, and coordination with field operations. Lori is located in DAVENPORT’s Asheville office, and has extensive experience on projects in Asheville.
Ryan Thompson offers 3 years of experience in the Civil Engineering field, with a focus in Hydraulics and Drainage Design . Ryan has worked on NCDOT and SCDOT hydraulic and erosion control design projects. He has field experience cutting hydraulic cross sections for multiple culverts and bridges. He has erosion control design experience on much larger project sites utilizing AutoCAD Civil 3D.
Jeremy Runkle has extensive experience in the field of transportation engineering. He is a licensed professional with extensive experience of notable success driving design and production for multimillion dollar projects. He has been responsible for multiple aspects of project management to include overall project plans and schedule as well as budget monitoring and client relations. He is cost-conscious and accustomed to performing in deadline-driven environments with an emphasis on working innovatively within scope and budget requirements. Mr. Runkle has received the Pathfinder Team Award of Excellence for the first Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) design statewide and the largest in the nation.
Chris has 20 years of industry experience. He has performed building and site inspections, prepared rough grade and fine grade model of project sites, bid solicitations, project management, concrete and soil testing, and Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments.
Anusha comes to DAVENPORT with over 7 years of experience in coordinating transportation engineering projects for roads, bridges, and culverts. She specializes in creating design drawing sheets, developing transportation management plans (TMPs), and overseeing contractor work. Anusha has extensive experience in maintaining thorough project records that ensure compliance with governing regulations and design specifications. Her background includes leading international projects for rural road development.
Mr. Atkins has over 32 years of experience in civil engineering design and CADD management, with a strong emphasis on roadway and utility design. In previous employment, Greg was responsible for the preparation of roadway design plans, including construction, right-of-way, erosion control, and drainage, and for providing quality assurance for all plan sheets. Greg possesses more than 30 years of experience working in Microstation and Geopak on roadway designs using NCDOT standards and workspaces. He also has experience with water and sewer system designs and site designs for the Fort Bragg military base and its surrounding areas.
Ms. Badarinath is a recent graduate of the North Carolina State University’s Master of Civil Engineering program and brings her, already sizeable, list of experiences in traffic and transportation engineering projects to the table. From managing the data collection efforts for the traffic team to developing traffic impact analyses, Monisha adds fresh perspectives and skills to the DAVENPORT team.
Savannah is a recent addition to DAVENPORT’s team in the Richmond office. Ms. Amor graduated from Virginia Tech with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and a Minor in Green Engineering in 2011. Her transportation experience includes traffic engineering services, signal warrant studies and signal design, transportation planning access management studies, and traffic impact studies (including VDOT Chapter 527). Savannah has also performed roadway design work and all necessary Maintenance of Traffic, plans, and Advanced Work Zone Traffic Control Certifications. In addition to her professional role, she currently serves as the 2015-2016 President for the Central Virginia Chapter of the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS). The Chapter, which will be celebrating their 10 year anniversary in 2016, focuses their mission on building the future of transportation through the global advancement of women.
John Richards is a Project Engineer in DAVENPORT's Triangle Regional Office. John has 10 years of transportation experience from planning to construction. Since leaving NCDOT in 2014, Mr. Richards has worked as a consultant in North Carolina providing transportation engineering services for the NCDOT. John brings a variety of experience to the DAVENPORT team including over 8 years of experience working for NCDOT as a Summer Intern, Transportation Engineering Associate, and Project Planning Engineer and 2 years of design experience as a consultant. John is skilled in functional and preliminary design including alternative development, interchange design, corridor modeling, capacity analysis of interchanges and freeways, technical writing for project planning reports, impact analysis, facilitating team meetings, and managing large transportation projects. John is proficient in Microstation, Geopak, Corridor Modeling, ArcGIS, and MS Project®. John has attended training for Value Engineering, Corridor Modeling, Bentley's Geopak, IRWA's The Uniform Act Executive Summary, Merger Facilitation, and National Highway Institute's NEPA and the Transportation Decisionmaking Process among several others.
Robin Buchanan has over 15 years of experience in Marketing and Business Development for the Architecture / Engineering / Construction Community. Ms. Buchanan provides support to our engineering staff for all project public involvement activities. Her experience includes website development, stakeholder surveys, interactive mapping, flyers, and presentation boards.
Terry Harris is a Project Engineer in DAVENPORT’s Triangle Regional Office. Terry has over 19 years of experience in transportation engineering. These years include roadway, structures, PDEA, and visualization. His most recent design experience includes various roadway projects for the last 10 years. These include freeway and interchange projects, urban & widening projects, and bridge replacement projects. All have included Corridor Modeling at some point in the process once it became an actively used tool for designs. He has been a team member that managed larger projects involving Merger team concurrence point meetings. He has worked across the State of NC from the western mountains to the east coast on various roadway projects. Terry is proficient in Microstation, Geopak, Corridor Modeling, Trns-Port PES, ArcGIS, Microsoft products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Lync), NCDOT and ASSHTO Standards and Policies.
Cameron is a recent graduate from North Carolina State University and holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering with a focus in transportation. Cameron secured an internship with DAVENPORT where he was able to learn the fundamentals of traffic data collection and transportation analysis. Since joining the DAVENPORT team full-time in early 2016, Mr. Clayton has been able to hone his skills in AutoCAD 3D, Microstation, and Geopak.
Since joining the DAVENPORT team, Cory has provided exemplary traffic data collection services. During his time at NC State, Cory served as a Research Assistant at the Institute for Transportation Research and Education (ITRE) on North Carolina State University’s Centennial Campus. To date, Cory has performed numerous data extractions and analyses of field videos, he has worked extensively with the programs Vistro and Vissim, and has worked specifically with pedestrian and bike safety research.
Katie Pressley is a recent graduate from Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania with a Master’s of Science and a focus on hydrogeology and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). She previously graduated from Guilford College in Greensboro, NC with a Bachelor’s of Science in Geology. Katie completed an internship in August 2015 with the United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS) and the local Conservation District. During her internship with the government she helped review National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits, delineated wetlands and watersheds, and assisted engineers in designing and implementing storage tanks and other conservation techniques. She is skilled in designing maps with GIS, Global Positioning Systems (GPS), and in using GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) and the United States Army Corp of Engineer’s Hydrologic Engineering Center (USACE-HEC) computer programs to model surface and groundwater. Katie recently joined the DAVENPORT team to assist in preparation of permit applications, creation of technical reports per North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) guidelines, and to ensure compliance with the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA).
DAVENPORT is thrilled to announce its addition of transportation engineering experts Christy Staudt, PE and Jeff Ingham, PE, PTOE. Christy will be based out of the firm’s Asheville office and will bring to the firm over 19 years of experience in the field of transportation engineering specializing in bicycle and pedestrian studies. We are excited that her specialized experience in Bicycle and Pedestrian modes adds greater depth for our firm as we continue to provide these services for our clients.
Jeff Ingham, PE, PTOE comes to DAVENPORT with over 22 years of experience in transportation planning and design for clients in both the public and private sectors. Jeff will be heading DAVENPORT’s first office in the State of South Carolina. Located in the Charleston Region, the new office will extend the firm’s footprint and serve our clients in the Southeast at an even greater capacity.
We are very excited to have the two of them on board and look forward to the potential that this opens up for our firm. For more info on Christy and Jeff you can read more about them here.
With the increasing growth and demand of our firm within the commonwealth of Virginia, DAVENPORT commits to opening a new office in Sterling, VA. This new location will now serve a whole new set of clients within the rapidly growing Northern region and even open up the firm’s potential for work within the District. DAVENPORT’s presence will now be more evenly distributed throughout Virginia and will further uphold our commitment to provide local professional expertise on local projects.
The new office will be directed and managed by David Newberger, PE, PTOE. Mr. Newberger brings extensive transportation engineering experience throughout Virginia including traffic signal design, signing and pavement marking, maintenance of traffic, lighting design and ITS. Mr. Newberger’s past experience includes serving as traffic engineering design lead for the Virginia MegaProjects I-495 and I-95 Express Lanes, and Project/Task Manager for on-call contracts with Arlington and Fairfax Counties.
We are excited to welcome David to the DAVENPORT team and look forward to the many opportunities that this partnership and our expanded footprint will render.